On behalf of Robert W. Keller Attorney At Law posted in White Collar Crimes on Friday, January 20, 2017. Any type of debit card or credit card fraud is a serious crime. Taking this one step further, it can result in a prison sentence among other types of punishment. Generally speaking, this is a form of fraud that involves the unauthorized use of another person’s credit card or debit card. Here are some examples that will help you better understand this type of crime: — Identity theft. As the name implies, this is the unauthorized use of personal information with the intent of committing fraud or some other type of crime. — Identity assumption. Using another person’s identity over the […]

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On behalf of Robert W. Keller Attorney At Law posted in White Collar Crimes on Thursday, January 5, 2017. Insurance fraud can take on many forms. Most of the time this occurs when an insured person makes an exaggerated or false claim with the idea of obtaining compensation for losses or injuries that were not suffered. When it comes to insurance fraud, there are times when the insurance company handles the wrongful act as an internal issue. There are also situations in which this is brought to the attention of law enforcement. There are two basic types of insurance fraud: — Soft fraud. This is when a typically honest person tells a lie in order to maximize the value of […]

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